There are standard rules when it comes to avoiding plagiarism, but the Christian academic must also look at this issue through the lens of his/her [a].
According to the textbook, when evaluating your sources you want to ensure that they are (choose all that apply)…
Formal writing style and references to other published sources are two indicators that a source might be scholarly.
Information found on the internet is subject to the same quality control measures as information published in journals and books.
Information literacy skills are important for school and writing papers, but have no real-world application.
According to the textbook, Information Literacy is “the ability to [a]for, [b], and [c] information for [d] and [e]
According to the textbook, this is a reference to an information source (e.g., book, article, web page) that provides enough information to allow the reader to retrieve the source.
According to the textbook, this is one of the criteria used to evaluate the quality of academic sources, specifically related to ensuring that the content has not been influenced by personal feelings, interpretations, or prejudice; rather, it is based on facts; unbiased.
According to the textbook, this is one of the criteria used to evaluate the quality of academic sources, specifically related to determining if the source was written by an authority or expert in the related field.
According to the textbook, ______ ______ involves avoiding the unethical practice of stealing the ideas of others, whether they are the ideas of peers (e.g., cheating on exams) or the words and ideas of authorities that have been used in a written paper.
Summarize the content of Chapter 8 in no more or less than 25–30 words.